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How to Increase Tension in your Story

How to Increase Tension in your Story | Teenagers | Scoop.it

Tension in stories primarily concerns the barely contained hostility or strained relations between individuals or groups. This differs from conflict which is more about disharmony and opposition between people who hold different ideas, goals, and beliefs. Both conflict and tension are invaluable in making stories more powerful and dramatic. In this post we look at seven ways to add tension to your scenes.


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Are Teenagers Abandoning Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are Teenagers Abandoning Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Teenagers | Scoop.it
For Facebook North American active users numbers are declining. The average age of Facebook users has risen from 38 to 41 years old. The number of moms getting on Facebook is rising sharply.

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Jean Cruz's curator insight, April 19, 2013 12:20 AM

Interesting numbers...death of facebook?

Mertens Marketing's curator insight, April 19, 2013 4:49 AM

Kids are getting mobile. Und selbst Facebook weiß längst, dass sie ein Problem bei den jüngeren haben. Die gute Nachricht: Facebook hat sich etabliert und ist bei der zahlenden Zielgruppe angekommen. Warten wir also ab, was das "next big thing" wird.

Paul's curator insight, April 19, 2013 7:34 AM

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Survey: Young people who use social media seek fame - USA Today - USA TODAY

Survey: Young people who use social media seek fame - USA Today - USA TODAY | Teenagers | Scoop.it
Survey: Young people who use social media seek fame - USA Today USA TODAY "Kids who claim they want to be famous use more media," says lead author Yalda Uhls, a researcher at UCLA's Children's Digital Media Center, who will present the study Friday...

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